The rewards you can reap from exploring this amazing planet are incalculable. Every year, more and more of us are discovering the joy, the excitement, the sheer sense of adventure in roaming the world.
But travelling, particularly to the more remote and volatile corners of the globe, can be a dangerous business. If you don’t prepare properly - by looking for potential hazards (or “lemons”) and learning how best to deal with them - you may wish you’d never started out.
Lloyd Figgins is a respected international expert in risk and crisis management and has travelled in over 80 countries, as an expedition leader, a security advisor and a man who just loves to travel. The lessons he has learned – sometimes the hard way - make him eminently qualified to advise on prevention and avoidance techniques in areas such as air, road and marine safety, medical emergencies, terrorist attacks and natural disasters.
Looking for Lemons is a unique new travel guide and essential reading for anyone planning an overseas trip, whether on business, as a tourist or a gap-year traveller. If you want no-nonsense, easy-to-follow, practical advice on how to recognise the warning signs, how to prevent problems, and how to cope with emergencies (should they occur), this is the book for you.
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